Cafe restaurants in Orlando
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Organic fare with a contemporary cafe vibe, couches for lounging and bold red walls featuring local art. Try the hot feta dip and delicious quiche, or create your own flatbread concoction. The wine and beer list follows the international cycling season, with French Bordeaux during the Tour de France and so on, and there's weekend live music and cyclists' happy hour specials. From Harry P Leu Gardens, head east on Corrine Dr for 0.6 miles, and look for the tiny strip mall on the right.
Ask Patti Schmidt how she became Orlando's first and only Dessert Lady and she'll tell you that it all started with a carrot cake. Now enjoy desserts from fruit cobbler to bourbon pecan pie over a glass of wine. Rich reds and draping silks give the tiny interior a bordello atmosphere, and a bistro menu serves pulled-pork sliders, excellent chicken salad sandwiches and a handful of other soups, quiches and salads. A slice of cake costs as much as the sandwich ($10), which should tell you something about that slice of cake!